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Boeing 767-300ER First Choice Airways

First Choice Airways was a British holiday airline, which began flying in April 1987 as Air 2000 with Boeing 757 aircraft. In 1996 Leisure International Airways was integrated with Air 2000 after the take over of Unijet in 1998 by the First Choice travel organisation. Leisure International had ordered a number of Airbus A330-200 widebodies, but the order was cancelled in favour of Boeing 767-300s. In March 2004 Air 2000 was renamed First Choice Airways.

From May 2009 Thomsonfly and First Choice Airways were integrated to become Thomson Airways after their parent organisations merged.

First Choice Airways operated seven 767-300ER aircraft. The photograph shows a Boeing 767-300ER in the colours of First Choice Airways at Manchester Airport (UK). Although it is actually flying for Thomson Airways, it still wears a First Choice Airways livery.

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